Sen. Greg Steube says he’s not moving forward with a comprehensive proposal to legalize open carry in the Sunshine State.
A bill to shift the burden of proof in “Stand Your Ground” cases passed its second committee stop Tuesday and now only has one more committee to go until it heads to the Florida Senate.
Florida’s medical marijuana continues to expand statewide. On Tuesday, the Sunshine State’s first medical marijuana dispensary, Trulieve, announced it will open a third operating center in Tampa.
Retiring? Head to Florida.
Feel free to kick off your shoes, grab your beach towel, and enjoy the shade of the palm trees -- Florida is the best state in the nation to retire, according to a new study released Monday.
The battle over Florida's 13th Congressional District may have been won by Charlie Crist in November, but David Jolly's baring his fangs and stealing congressional staffers from under Crist's feet. On Monday, Jolly announced he had hired Vito Sheeley, Crist's district director, as his senior adviser.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Washington Saturday afternoon, protesting Donald Trump the day after he was inaugurated president of the United States.
It's a new day in America: Donald Trump is now the president of the United States.
Fewer than 24 hours remain until President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office, and Floridians in Washington are getting pumped for a new era in national politics.
A bill to shift the burden of proof in “Stand Your Ground” cases has found a House sponsor, sealing the deal for a sequel in the Florida Legislature this year.
Supporters of Florida’s Tax Credit Scholarship Program can breathe a little easier -- on Wednesday, the Florida Supreme Court finally dismissed the lengthy lawsuit against the program, ending a contentious chapter in Florida’s education history.